At Grabocka Lab, we are driven by the mission of uncovering new insights into mutant KRAS cancers and their stress adaptive mechanisms. We are dedicated to discovering the unique roles of the non-membranous organelles termed stress granules (SGs) in pancreatic cancer. Our recent projects employ a combination of high-content/ high throughput imaging, cellular biology, and animal models to further our understanding of how SGs are involved in the development and progression of pancreatic cancer. Read more about our projects and join us in our mission to uncover new insights into mutant KRAS cancers and their stress adaptive mechanisms.
Stress Granules (SGs) in mutant KRAS cancer cells. SGs in green; Nucleus in blue;
Tubulin in red.